Voices 2000 Kindle Þ Paperback

Voices 2000 Kindle Þ Paperback


  • Paperback
  • 76 pages
  • Voices 2000
  • Peter Dee
  • English
  • 06 March 2019

10 thoughts on “Voices 2000

  1. Kat Kat says:

    Basic Premise A series of short scenes, mostly for 2 performers, with a few longer monologues and multiple shorter monologues to transition between the scenes All of these scenes and monologues are about life as a teenager.First response Another fail in the world of plays designed for real teens to show the world what they really think and feel I m probably just a bit too picky for my own good when it comes to finding plays for my acting class to perform, but darn it, I have standards I ha Basic Premise A series of short scenes, mostly for 2 performers, with a few longer monologues and multiple shorter monologues to transition between the scenes All of these scenes and monologues are about life as a teenager.First response Another fail in the world of plays designed for real teens to show the world what they really think and feel I m probably just a bit too picky for my own good when it comes to finding plays for my acting class to perform, but darn it, I have standards I have a problem with titles that finish with a number, particularly if the number is 2000 First I expect the play to have been written published in or around the year 2000 1994 is not the year 2000 Why does this make such a difference to me Well, it being 2012, the language of the play is almost 20 years out of date, as opposed to just 12 years In teenager slang language, it s an entirely different generation I know, I was in high school when this play was written The title gave me expectations for somethingmodern,contemporary, and it was the same crap I keep reading that s supposed to be relevant, but is hit and miss at best.There are some good moments in here, don t get me wrong I will undoubtedly pull some of the monologues for use in class, and one of the scenes had me giggling enough to consider it But some of it is so deliberately weird that I just couldn t fathom trying to get a beginning acting class to actually pull it off Plus, it starts off by referencing Voices from the High School, which NO ONE is familiar with unless they ve performed in it, because it s an obscure play How is an audience supposed to know what s going on No sane director would try to put on both performances near enough for an audience to get it.Long story short if you re a theatre director looking to use this play with high school students, pick the parts you like and chuck the rest Use the bits for classroom performances exercises and don t bother trying to use this one for a full show


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Voices 2000[PDF / Epub] ★ Voices 2000 By Peter Dee – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Voices is a follow up to Dee s previous work Voices From the High School Voices follows the concept of allowing young people s voices and experiences to be heard and shown the language of the s tee Voicesis a follow up to Dee s previous work Voices From the High School Voicesfollows the concept of allowing young people s voices and experiences to be heard and shown the language of thes teen It is a series of short, mostlyperson, scenes juxtaposed with monologues.


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10 thoughts on “Voices 2000

  1. Kat Kat says:

    Basic Premise A series of short scenes, mostly for 2 performers, with a few longer monologues and multiple shorter monologues to transition between the scenes All of these scenes and monologues are about life as a teenager.First response Another fail in the world of plays designed for real teens to show the world what they really think and feel I m probably just a bit too picky for my own good when it comes to finding plays for my acting class to perform, but darn it, I have standards I ha Basic Premise A series of short scenes, mostly for 2 performers, with a few longer monologues and multiple shorter monologues to transition between the scenes All of these scenes and monologues are about life as a teenager.First response Another fail in the world of plays designed for real teens to show the world what they really think and feel I m probably just a bit too picky for my own good when it comes to finding plays for my acting class to perform, but darn it, I have standards I have a problem with titles that finish with a number, particularly if the number is 2000 First I expect the play to have been written published in or around the year 2000 1994 is not the year 2000 Why does this make such a difference to me Well, it being 2012, the language of the play is almost 20 years out of date, as opposed to just 12 years In teenager slang language, it s an entirely different generation I know, I was in high school when this play was written The title gave me expectations for somethingmodern,contemporary, and it was the same crap I keep reading that s supposed to be relevant, but is hit and miss at best.There are some good moments in here, don t get me wrong I will undoubtedly pull some of the monologues for use in class, and one of the scenes had me giggling enough to consider it But some of it is so deliberately weird that I just couldn t fathom trying to get a beginning acting class to actually pull it off Plus, it starts off by referencing Voices from the High School, which NO ONE is familiar with unless they ve performed in it, because it s an obscure play How is an audience supposed to know what s going on No sane director would try to put on both performances near enough for an audience to get it.Long story short if you re a theatre director looking to use this play with high school students, pick the parts you like and chuck the rest Use the bits for classroom performances exercises and don t bother trying to use this one for a full show

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